The coronavirus pandemic has seen an outbreak of racism and xenophobia targeted against Asian American communities, which has garnered critical media attention and has prompted a range of probing dialogues across local and virtual communities. Join the U.S.-Japan Council for a webinar dialogue on Tuesday, May 26 at 6:30 PM EDT as a panel of experts and community leaders explore this topic in the context of the historical Japanese and Asian American experience and broader set of American identity issues. Our speakers will further shed light on the contemporary crisis and what is being done about it, and discuss how we can make progress to combat such discrimination going forward.
USJC needs your support more than ever. With a suggested donation of $25, we can continue to offer free and public webinars to discuss issues of mutual concern between the U.S. and Japan. Tax-deductible donations can be made at: https://usjapancouncil.org/donate